Division of Assets
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The division of assets & liabilities and property rights in a divorce can be complex and difficult. Sometimes questions arise about the characterization of assets, whether they are marital or non-marital separate property. It is important to have one’s financial goals clearly defined as well as the proper characterization of all assets & liabilities when structuring an equitable division of one’s marital estate. The Manore Divorce & Family Law firm can help you with equitable distribution of your marital assets, and preservation of your separate property rights. Contact Manore Divorce & Family Law for a free initial consultation. Call 419-517-9060 today.
Attorney John James Manore, III listens to you. He sits down with you, thoroughly examines the questionable assets in your divorce and helps distinguish between which possessions are marital and which are non-marital. If they are commingled, special efforts may need to be made in order to reimburse the marital estate.
Is a disagreement over division of marital assets delaying the finalizing of your Ohio divorce? Skilled Ohio family law attorney John James Manore, III can help. Contact his office today to arrange an initial consultation free of charge. Call 419-517-9060.
Protecting Your Rights - And Your Investment in Your Marriage
Before assets can be divided, each must be determined as marital or non-marital. Non-marital or, separate property assets may include:
- Property acquired prior to the marriage
- 401(k) or IRA (deferred comp plan)
If damage control becomes necessary late in the process, Attorney John James Manore, III works hard to preserve each of your assets. Providing both parties agree, a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can more clearly define which properties are marital and non-marital. We cannot emphasize enough the importance of a prenuptial agreement.
For personal attention regarding division of marital assets and protection of your rights throughout the divorce process, contact Manore Divorce & Family Law We have the experience and client commitment that gets results.
Contact Manore Divorce & Family Law for a free initial consultation. Call 419-517-9060 today. The firm is proud to serve the needs of clients in Lucas (Toledo, Sylvania, Maumee), Wood (Perrysburg), Fulton (Delta, Swanton, Wauseon), Henry (Napoleon), Williams (Bryan, Ohio), Defiance, and Ottawa (Port Clinton, Elmore, Woodville) counties.